Shortly after Christ transformed my life at age 19 (I’m 35 now), I gained a growing desire to pursue ministry. I didn’t even know what that meant, but I loved to study the Bible and think through theological issues. So hey, if I can get paid for it, that’d...
In a previous post, I argued that we can and should approach “unspiritual” topics like political science and botany as worthwhile subjects for Christian consideration. As Cornelius Plantinga, Jr. points out, “The learned person has…more to be Christian with.”  Every subject of inquiry carries the potential for worship and...
The Society for the Advancement of Ecclesial Theology (SAET) asked Spencer MacCuish, our Academic Dean, to contribute to a blog debate on whether theological education belongs in the church or in traditional universities and seminaries. Spencer argues that theological education ought to happen in the context of the local...
Yesterday I wrote about what it means to hear the voice of God and tried to navigate some of the subjectivity of how you know what God is calling you to do. Today I want to continue in that vein. Many Christians firmly believe that they have received a God-giving...
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